This dictionary provides detailed entries on all the principal people, places, institutions, and events from the end of the Weimer Republic to the fall of the Third Reich. Among the topics covered are:
-- The major figures from Nazi politics, arts, and industry
-- German military operations by code name and area
-- The German Resistance
-- The politics of race and the Final Solution
-- The Nuremberg trials
A number of appendixes, charts, and a chronology of the years 1933 to 1945 complete this authoritative work.
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From the Africa Corps to Zyklon-B, this comprehensive dictionary provides a full background to the rise of Nazism and the role of Germany in World War II.About the Author:
Cambridge graduate James Taylor (real name Donald James) was a founder of the Dictionary & Reference Group. His work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. The late Warren Shaw worked for many years for the British Council, specializing in European affairs, for which he was awarded the OBE.
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